A Year of Front Porches……

Our porch is our favorite place to hang out….and we eat as many meals as possible on it. It’s where we sit with friends. Have long talks. Hash things out. Visit. Catch up. Read. Curl Up. Contemplate. Have quiet times. A place for lemonade and iced tea.

Last week I looked back over a year of mantels….and I thought it would be fun to look back at a year of porches.  We enjoy changing our porch with the seasons….or for whatever happens to be going on at the time in our home.

So, here it is….a year of porches:

{You can click on the links and see the entire post of each porch with more pictures}

Christmas 2011

Winter 2012

Spring 2012

Summer 2012

Autumn 2012

fall front porch

Do you have a porch? Do you enjoy changing it with the seasons?

What’s your favorite thing to do with your entryway???

On the porch~

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13 thoughts on “A Year of Front Porches……

  1. Your porch looks fantastic all year round. I am thinking of doing a post like this too! Thanks so much for the inspiration. If I do one, I will link back to you as my inspiration if that is okay?

    Hugs,
    Deb

  2. Wow!! What a beautiful job you do with your porch!! Very magazine worthy! We have two front doors and a small covered porch on one, then not much of a porch on the other one–just a step. I do try and decorate them for the season though. Thank you for the gorgeous inspiration!

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